The latest APOC reports are out for Anchorage’s spring elections and they give us pretty good clues about who’s contending, who’s pretending, who’s hoping to get paid, and who’s putting their members’ money where their mouths are.
It was a tense night for Republicans as President Obama, in his final State of the Union address, directly challenged the central narratives most Republican presidential candidates have been laying out in their campaigns. Most notably the line that America has become weaker and our enemies stronger under his administration. The president called such assertions â€œfictionâ€ and â€œpolitical hot air.â€
Jennifer Johnston is running, Governor Walker bans travel…mostly, and political events get geared up.
Online comments following an Alaska Dispatch News story about the Muni’s handling of Anchorage’s Centennial prompted both former Mayor Sullivan and former Mayor/US Senator Mark Begich to respond with defenses of their administrations.
If the referendum does make it to the April ballot, donâ€™t expect a repeat of four years ago. Here are 5 reasons why.
Fauske out, Hopkins in, and Dems doubling down to take out GIessel. Its Friday in the sun!!!!!
The Alaska Republican Party is moving to join Sen. Dan Sullivan and State Senator Mike Dunleavy in opposing Syrian refugees seeking assistance from the United States.
Walker poised to ax another Parnell guy, Perman and Croft continue to wrestle in West Anchorage, and the South Anchorage races get going. Its Friday in the Sun!!!!!
Can Alaska reporters unflinchingly report on the very politicians and institutions they know they will be asking for a job in the not to distant future?
Dems pulling together to elect their guy, Republicans ignoring their girl, and union fraud finally on trial. Its Friday in the Sun!!!